I can't specifically speak to the schools you mentioned, but I am in a very similar boat. Crummy early undergrad grades (had a baby during junior year), great later undergrad grades, decent LSAT. My LSAC gpa is 2.9 and my degree granting GPA is 3.5, 160 LSAT.
I can tell you from my experience last year (applying to full time programs in tier 2 and 3 in Chicago), the fact that you have done a lot with your life since those early grades will mean a lot. I got into all but one of the programs to which I had applied (with decent merit scholarship offers), was wait-listed and eventually dinged at the other, but didn't put any effort into getting off the waitlist (long story).
Since you are applying to part-time programs, the medians for GPA and LSAT are usually a bit lower than the full-time medians. Assuming that you are applying to schools that aren't top-tier (again, I don't know much about the schools you listed), I would think that you stand a very good chance.
Good luck - keep us posted!